TONIGHT: Thunderstorms will continue into the evening hours before dying out overnight. Morning lows Friday will be mild in the upper-50s and low-60s.
TOMORROW: More clouds than sunshine for the day with cooler temps in the 60's and 70's. Scattered showers and storms develop around the foothills and the I-25 corridor from Denver to Trinidad around 2pm and linger into the evening. Frequent lightning and gusty outflow winds remain the primary concern. As storms track east across the plains, some could become severe with larger hail and stronger winds.
EXTENDED: An elevated chance for afternoon storms will continue Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Friday will be the coolest day with highs ranging from the upper-70s to the mid-80s. A gradual warming trend through the fourth of July, with highs Monday climbing back into the upper-80s and mid-90s.